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Eight Helpful Videos that Explain Conflict in Ukraine

News & Civics | May 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

Eight Helpful Videos that Explain Conflict in Ukraine

Confused about the conflict in Ukraine? Shortly after the Olympics, the crisis in Ukraine escalated to a breaking point. The media flashed images of protests in Ukraine, reported on the latest developments in Crimea and even highlighted the growing tension between Russia and America. But what exactly does it all mean? Explore these eight short […]

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Hey Russia, Stay Out of Crimea!

Do Now Round-Ups | March 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Hey Russia, Stay Out of Crimea!

Last week, students across the nation explored the political issues behind the current conflict in Ukraine in our #DoNowUkraine post. We asked students What risks does Ukraine face by overthrowing its democratically elected leader? When does a foreign country receive the right to interfere in another country’s internal affairs? When do people have the right to overthrow their democratically elected government?

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Should Ukrainians Have Ousted Their Democratically Elected Leader?

Do Now: Government and Civics | March 8, 2014 | 414 Comments

Should Ukrainians Have Ousted Their Democratically Elected Leader?

When do people have the right to overthrow their democratically elected government? What risks does Ukraine face by overthrowing its democratically elected leader? When does a foreign country receive the right to interfere in another country’s internal affairs?

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